Biyamiti Camp has 15 cosy, family cottages that are spread out in a long well spaced line along the Biyamiti River.
All units are serviced daily and supplied with bedding, towels and soap. The cottages provide Kruger Park self-catering accommodation, which means the more independent campers can cook for themselves. Biyamiti Camp can offer Kruger Park self-catering accommodation to a maximum of 70 vacation visitors.
There are 10, 2-bedroom cottages. Both bedrooms have ceiling fans; one has 3 single beds, and the other room has 2 single beds. One bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a separate toilet, shower and wash basin.
The kitchen has a gas stove (with oven), fridge / freezer combination, sink, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery for your Kruger Park self-catering accommodation. The dining room has a verandah providing lovely views.
There are 5, one bedroom units. The bedroom contains 2 single beds and has a ceiling fan. There are 2 bench-beds in the living room with ceiling fans. The bathroom has a bath, shower, toilet, wash basin and interleading doors to the bedroom and living room.
Meals can be taken on the open verandah. The kitchen has a 2-plate electric stove (without oven), sink, fridge / freezer combination, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.
Access to Biyamiti Camp is situated along a 'private-residents only' road that follows the Biyamiti River. The road is restricted to visitors who have reserved accommadation in the camp, ensuring you an opportunity to enjoy the privacy of the wild without any disturbances.
Entrance gates and rest camp gates are closed at night. Visitors must ensure that they arrive at the entrance gate in good time to reach the rest camp before closing time. No permits will be issued for late arrivals.